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PSA Peugeot Citroën could make a comeback soon in the United States, 20 years after he passed his last 405 in the country.

The Lion brand would think with its U.S. partner General Motors, which holds 7% stake in the French automotive group, to "possible cooperation" in North America on commercial vehicles, from La Tribune newspaper on Wednesday, citing an executive of PSA Peugeot Citroën.

"It is the duty of the range produced by PSA Sevelnord (North of France) to be sold by GM as one of its brands," quoted the business La Tribune newspaper.

The two manufacturers are already planning to deepen their cooperation, notably through development agreements or production in Latin America and Russia.

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Update : http://www.french-cars-in-america.com/2014/04/psa-peugeot-citroen-back-in-the-usa-and-canada.html

Dan Akerson GM CEO - Philippe Varin PSA Peugeot Citroën CEO

Dan Akerson GM CEO - Philippe Varin PSA Peugeot Citroën CEO

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AL KHAN 14/01/2019 21:12

Peugeot make best cars in France. My Father in early fifties had a Citroen in India. It was talk of the town with gear shift lever on dash board. I remember seeing the series on TV with Inspector Maigret. British cars mostly any where nearly as good had bulk of the market in India. Only the elite recognized the performance of a Citroen vehicle. I would love to see these cars in USA.

Peugeotwereld 24/07/2014 17:15

That is good news that american people also can enjoy the fun drive with Peugeot

madhu chohan 05/03/2014 17:27

very good news to bring peugeot back to usa/canada.bring as fast as you can.sedan/suv/deisels.we are waiting.

Richard Tryon 28/02/2014 16:21

My firm is ready to launch a major product for making organic vegetables and small fruit in vertical towers in all climates. Many sites will be seeking electric vehicles with HHO on-board lithium-ion battery charger to extend range. PR is perfect demonstration for Peugot because it has very costly electricity and change for off GRID d.c. wind/solar charging too.

Roy 18/02/2014 01:53

The opportunity of owning/driving the fabulous Peugeot RCZ is exciting.
However,I'm NOT holding my breath... for this remote prospect :)

Scandiskwindows9x 23/02/2014 05:22

if Peugeot comes back to the United States would Citroen too both are owned by same main company PSA Peugeot Citroen and probably Renault would too since is also Renault have ownership of Samsung motors and also a part of Nissan so probably to them would get easier return back than to PSA Peugeot Citroen but since been carrying test on the states Peugeot would be returning easier

James 13/02/2014 00:01

What about Renault and Citroen in the USA ?

Milton 06/02/2014 21:54

Having owned everything from Alfas to Volvos my favorite car of all time is a Peugeot 403, 1959 USA model. My Mo

Szadyx 25/01/2014 23:30

I purchased a new 1983 505S from Bklyn, NY. This car was driven across country to CA, FL, and shipped to HI. It is still being driven in ATL by someone who does not realize how fortunate they are. I donated this car thinking that I would not be able to get parts. I have seen this car twice on I-85N passing me like I was standing still in my van. I would run to the dealership to buy another one of these vehicles. Please import these cars back to the USA!

michael 07/01/2014 11:32

i think peugeot cars are the best, i have peugeot 206 and i heard so many WOW by people passing by.

Robert 13/12/2013 21:39

GM just dumped its shares in PSA, so a partnership for bringing cars back to America under GM is dead. That said, Fiat-Chrysler who will complete their merger at the end of 2014 are in positive talks with PSA to bring Peugeot/Citroen stateside. We'll see. Last time they were here, they sold 20,000 units a year - not a big enough number to make a run profitable - however on the positive side, they would be sold thru the extensive Fiat-Chrysler dealer network. Hopefully, if they come, lessons learned from last time about servicing these cars will not be lost.

Ben 15/12/2013 11:27

Yes but this topic started before GM bought 7%. Now that GM left... It would be a great news !